Johnson says he has taken solace in time spent with family and friends (including his baby nephew George, whom he was due to babysit the night after he spoke to WHO), throwing himself back into his job and lapping up sympathy from the public.
“I like talking to people,” Johnson says. “I like meeting people. I only get nervous when someone asks for a photo and a queue forms.
"It’s surreal to see people starstruck—because I haven’t done anything! I haven’t cured cancer, been in a movie or rescued someone. I just cried on TV.”
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